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Yes, you can. You may have to take a few prerequisite classes in English and math, but you can do it. It is never too late. I went back to school after nearly 7 years out and got my BS, then went on to a MA after a few years and got my PhD at 54. YOU CAN DO THIS. Go for it and good luck.

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Q: You were a total slacker in High School with bad grades. Can I get into CU now 9 years later?
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